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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adj. appearing to be true but really false
  2. n. the extent of something, especially when it is impressively great
  3. n. a small amount, especially of something abstract such as a quality
  4. adj. large and stately, thus creating an impression of grandeur
  5. v. to prevent somebody or something from making further progress

5 True/False questions

  1. portentadj. dependent on or resulting from a future and as yet unknown event or circumstance

          

  2. eschewadj. so thoughtless, vulgar, and insensitive as to lack all refinement or delicacy

          

  3. diatriben. a bitter verbal or written attack on somebody or something

          

  4. supineadj. lying on the back and with the face upward

          

  5. sardonicadj. disdainfully or cynically mocking

          

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